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Austin Employment

Employment and Industries in the Austin, Texas Area

Austin is a major high-technology center. Important industries in Austin are digital media, computer software, semiconductors and wireless technology. Austin is also developing biomedical and pharmaceutical sectors which are bolstered by the University of Texas at Austin. Over 80 biotech and pharmaceutical firms are located in the city. In addition, Tourism has a significant economic role.

Prominent companies headquartered in Austin are National Instruments Corp., Hoover's Inc., Wholefoods Market Inc., Healthtronics, Opus Healthcare Solutions, Silicon Laboratories Inc., and SigmaTel Inc. The notable Dell Inc is based in Austin and is one of the region's major employers.

Noteworthy information regarding Austin, Texas: Money magazine named Austin the #2 best big city in its list of "Best Places to Live." Cost of living index in 2008: 87.1 (national average: 100). Adult population holding a bachelor's degree or higher: 40%. Average earnings in 2009: $39,000.

The Texas Workforce Commission offers workforce development assistance to employers and job seekers. The commission's representatives assist employers with recruitment and training and retraining. The Capital Area Training Foundation is focused on creating long-term education and labor force development solutions.

The largest employers in the Austin region:

  • Austin School District
  • City of Austin
  • Dell
  • Federal Government
  • IBM Corp
  • Seton Healthcare Network
  • St. David's Healthcare Partnership
  • State of Texas
  • University of Texas at Austin
  • Advanced Micro Devices
  • Apple Computer
  • AT&T
  • Austin Community College
  • Flextronics
  • Freescale Semiconductor
  • Leander School District
  • National Instruments
  • 3M Corp
  • Applied Materials
  • Austin Regional Clinic

Austin's significant job providing sectors

  • Government
  • Trade, transportation and utilities
  • Professional and business services
  • Healthcare
  • Education
  • Leisure and hospitality
  • Manufacturing
  • Financial activities

Local businesses have access to useful organizations such as:

The latest information regarding local business and industry is provided by the Austin Business Journal.

Most Popular Jobs in Austin, Texas Metro Area (2008 data)

Where the Majority of Workers Have College Degrees

Rank Title Local Jobs Local Mean Salary Typical Local Salary National Growth % 2006-2016 National % With College Degree
1 Elementary school teachers, except special education 10,340 $43,730 $35,090 - 55,790 14% 95%
2 Accountants and auditors 9,220 $64,490 $32,810 - 101,260 18% 79%
3 Registered nurses 8,700 $60,280 $43,550 - 80,090 24% 56%
4 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 8,610 $54,740 $23,140 - 98,190 8% 51%
5 Management analysts 8,430 $63,040 $35,710 - 96,920 22% 78%
6 Computer systems analysts 6,880 $74,150 $43,600 - 114,650 29% 68%
7 Computer software engineers, applications 6,660 $93,240 $59,980 - 132,080 45% 85%
8 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 6,160 $0 $ - 12% 51%
9 Computer software engineers, systems software 6,120 $93,850 $61,120 - 133,190 28% 85%
10 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 5,730 $46,240 $35,300 - 61,870 6% 96%
11 Computer programmers 5,560 $81,800 $26,910 - 147,480 -4% 73%
12 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 4,750 $45,160 $35,620 - 58,440 11% 95%
13 Lawyers 3,950 $116,920 $53,200 - 11% 99%
14 Teachers and instructors, all other 3,760 $26,400 $16,630 - 45,280 9% 54%
15 Public relations specialists 2,760 $60,420 $30,230 - 99,450 18% 81%
16 Industrial engineers 2,600 $83,760 $45,090 - 126,220 20% 74%
17 Civil engineers 2,590 $75,530 $42,220 - 115,190 18% 87%
18 Market research analysts 2,440 $82,200 $37,280 - 130,080 20% 82%
19 Network and computer systems administrators 2,380 $62,010 $38,980 - 91,470 27% 50%
20 Network systems and data communications analysts 2,310 $69,980 $33,700 - 118,940 53% 57%
21 Computer and information systems managers 2,260 $124,610 $73,460 - 16% 73%
22 Electrical engineers 2,220 $98,530 $58,050 - 145,930 6% 81%
23 Computer hardware engineers 2,140 $100,070 $65,820 - 143,910 5% 70%
24 Child, family, and school social workers 2,080 $35,990 $25,590 - 51,690 19% 77%
25 Financial managers 2,020 $113,110 $52,730 - 13% 60%
26 Training and development specialists 1,850 $55,390 $31,870 - 86,210 18% 56%
27 Operations research analysts 1,780 $73,930 $40,630 - 109,950 11% 71%
28 Mechanical engineers 1,750 $76,610 $37,840 - 121,520 4% 78%
29 Sales managers 1,660 $120,710 $44,650 - 10% 69%
30 Electronics engineers, except computer 1,610 $82,470 $43,250 - 127,210 4% 81%
31 Database administrators 1,550 $71,750 $41,990 - 109,360 29% 72%
32 Financial analysts 1,510 $82,890 $49,410 - 127,110 34% 87%
33 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 1,370 $50,370 $32,630 - 67,790 13% 73%
34 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 1,350 $68,600 $24,100 - 137,230 25% 67%
35 Graphic designers 1,350 $46,040 $27,190 - 68,220 10% 55%
36 Pharmacists 1,330 $106,690 $84,030 - 130,330 22% 97%
37 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 1,170 $68,410 $48,800 - 89,330 8% 78%
38 Marketing managers 1,150 $125,270 $61,070 - 14% 69%
39 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 1,150 $46,550 $27,900 - 67,680 18% 56%
40 Computer and information scientists, research 1,140 $98,430 $39,930 - 151,220 22% 68%
41 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 1,140 $56,930 $25,610 - 87,260 18% 56%
42 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 1,100 $43,400 $34,710 - 55,400 20% 87%
43 Architects, except landscape and naval 1,070 $68,600 $44,300 - 109,540 18% 88%
44 Instructional coordinators 1,070 $55,630 $31,930 - 80,530 23% 79%
45 Chief executives 1,030 $173,680 $85,820 - 2% 65%
46 Engineering managers 1,030 $141,350 $80,880 - 7% 84%
47 Computer specialists, all other 1,000 $78,910 $54,560 - 102,420 15% 68%
48 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 980 $63,450 $36,350 - 95,150 17% 56%
49 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 980 $48,780 $27,940 - 91,090 5% 58%
50 Personal financial advisors 960 $92,620 $22,830 - 41% 81%
51 Self-enrichment education teachers 920 $35,960 $21,860 - 69,120 23% 54%
52 Editors 910 $52,810 $30,630 - 81,000 2% 81%
53 Medical and health services managers 900 $79,430 $51,530 - 116,500 16% 57%
54 Chemists 900 $51,740 $29,780 - 82,940 9% 93%
55 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 900 $22,300 $13,080 - 37,000 30% 77%
56 Librarians 870 $51,530 $36,120 - 66,810 4% 85%
57 Advertising sales agents 870 $48,930 $22,520 - 88,660 20% 56%
58 Physical therapists 840 $66,390 $43,750 - 89,260 27% 89%
59 Coaches and scouts 830 $40,780 $15,200 - 82,000 15% 60%
60 Insurance underwriters 800 $60,560 $34,670 - 90,910 6% 53%
61 Sales engineers 760 $85,400 $49,710 - 127,000 9% 79%
62 Managers, all other 710 $97,670 $44,720 - 161,980 7% 55%
63 Medical scientists, except epidemiologists 700 $62,690 $35,150 - 94,110 20% 99%
64 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 690 $43,820 $30,360 - 57,930 12% 51%
65 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 660 $52,330 $31,560 - 69,460 16% 99%
66 Environmental engineers 650 $62,300 $35,700 - 91,160 25% 86%
67 Surveyors 630 $60,480 $31,120 - 98,670 24% 82%
68 Sales and related workers, all other 620 $30,550 $18,570 - 44,370 14% 62%
69 Social and community service managers 600 $57,630 $36,040 - 98,560 25% 72%
70 Private detectives and investigators 570 $45,160 $27,810 - 63,520 18% 52%
71 Interior designers 570 $41,860 $26,180 - 64,600 20% 55%
72 Chemical engineers 560 $58,630 $31,980 - 100,710 8% 91%
73 Credit analysts 530 $89,650 $32,300 - 2% 60%
74 Occupational therapists 530 $56,060 $22,210 - 86,100 23% 90%
75 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 530 $47,040 $35,810 - 62,550 -5% 96%
76 Medical and public health social workers 520 $46,110 $28,000 - 69,370 24% 77%
77 Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers 510 $90,560 $41,980 - 147,230 22% 93%
78 Producers and directors 490 $78,500 $27,870 - 11% 75%
79 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 490 $62,990 $29,970 - 104,180 25% 93%
80 Budget analysts 490 $58,400 $36,350 - 83,750 7% 78%
81 Speech-language pathologists 490 $53,310 $36,180 - 78,200 11% 98%
82 Survey researchers 480 $45,950 $19,880 - 86,150 16% 82%
83 Rehabilitation counselors 480 $34,920 $19,240 - 51,430 23% 73%
84 Financial specialists, all other 470 $56,020 $33,520 - 78,080 12% 50%
85 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 470 $34,370 $22,240 - 49,640 15% 51%
86 Technical writers 460 $58,670 $38,070 - 81,200 20% 74%
87 Veterinarians 450 $76,200 $46,750 - 121,060 35% 100%
88 Social and human service assistants 450 $29,540 $21,200 - 40,990 34% 58%
89 Meeting and convention planners 420 $49,600 $29,490 - 74,440 20% 67%
90 Writers and authors 410 $61,690 $28,650 - 99,210 13% 84%
91 Multi-media artists and animators 400 $74,530 $36,610 - 106,780 26% 58%
92 Engineers, all other 390 $90,620 $45,420 - 132,720 6% 82%
93 Social workers, all other 380 $46,910 $25,240 - 79,870 18% 77%
94 Social scientists and related workers, all other 360 $66,480 $25,560 - 137,120 5% 90%
95 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 360 $33,560 $18,500 - 42,950 14% 54%
96 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 360 $28,910 $17,900 - 47,330 11% 55%
97 Microbiologists 350 $43,100 $26,780 - 58,670 11% 95%
98 Detectives and criminal investigators 330 $52,790 $29,000 - 91,670 17% 54%
99 Mental health counselors 330 $39,460 $26,660 - 57,740 30% 73%
100 Advertising and promotions managers 290 $83,020 $38,960 - 128,960 6% 76%

Where the Majority of Workers Do Not Have College Degrees

Rank Title Local Jobs Local Mean Salary Typical Local Salary National Growth % 2006-2016 National % With College Degree
1 Retail salespersons 27,220 $23,530 $13,870 - 37,040 12% 25%
2 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 19,600 $17,300 $13,140 - 23,580 18% 5%
3 Cashiers 18,340 $18,430 $13,880 - 24,010 -3% 10%
4 Customer service representatives 16,770 $29,950 $17,680 - 45,070 25% 22%
5 Waiters and waitresses 16,610 $16,680 $12,890 - 22,810 11% 14%
6 Office clerks, general 16,600 $24,870 $15,460 - 36,160 13% 19%
7 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 16,390 $39,530 $24,670 - 59,700 15% 18%
8 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 13,130 $28,230 $17,730 - 40,080 1% 18%
9 General and operations managers 11,580 $114,790 $47,120 - 2% 48%
10 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 10,400 $51,970 $28,660 - 79,750 6% 29%
11 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 10,340 $19,980 $13,680 - 27,760 15% 4%
12 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 9,710 $33,890 $21,200 - 47,860 13% 16%
13 Construction laborers 9,190 $22,040 $15,810 - 30,000 11% 5%
14 Stock clerks and order fillers 8,840 $23,520 $15,700 - 32,450 -8% 8%
15 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 8,520 $22,590 $15,790 - 31,200 2% 5%
16 Maintenance and repair workers, general 7,040 $31,670 $21,090 - 46,420 10% 6%
17 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 6,740 $40,600 $23,560 - 57,990 4% 25%
18 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 6,100 $31,020 $18,360 - 47,130 11% 14%
19 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 5,920 $21,950 $14,370 - 32,540 18% 6%
20 Receptionists and information clerks 5,430 $26,530 $16,340 - 36,600 17% 13%
21 Cooks, restaurant 5,280 $20,560 $14,090 - 27,600 12% 5%
22 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 5,270 $29,540 $18,440 - 46,180 8% 4%
23 Computer support specialists 5,180 $44,100 $25,380 - 70,530 13% 43%
24 Security guards 5,040 $26,520 $18,740 - 37,520 17% 13%
25 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 4,830 $27,380 $18,300 - 38,850 4% 6%
26 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 4,830 $22,210 $15,320 - 29,160 18% 7%
27 Business operations specialists, all other 4,750 $68,100 $35,580 - 108,900 21% 49%
28 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 4,690 $33,960 $23,050 - 48,890 10% 4%
29 Teacher assistants 4,680 $22,080 $15,830 - 29,620 10% 18%
30 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 4,600 $17,700 $13,190 - 23,900 13% 5%
31 Graduate teaching assistants 4,480 $32,060 $18,800 - 56,110 0% 0%
32 Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 4,280 $26,080 $18,000 - 37,010 -27% 6%
33 Sales representatives, services, all other 4,160 $52,740 $22,610 - 99,230 28% 48%
34 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 3,600 $51,950 $30,350 - 78,600 9% 10%
35 Dishwashers 3,530 $16,300 $12,920 - 20,620 10% 3%
36 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 3,410 $39,050 $21,300 - 62,320 14% 4%
37 Administrative services managers 3,350 $95,200 $40,750 - 148,460 12% 40%
38 Team assemblers 3,320 $25,050 $17,440 - 34,870 0% 5%
39 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 3,240 $15,650 $12,890 - 19,640 12% 6%
40 Home health aides 3,180 $19,480 $14,530 - 25,310 49% 7%
41 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 3,010 $32,150 $23,420 - 42,130 8% 3%
42 Child care workers 2,950 $20,200 $14,310 - 27,600 18% 15%
43 Carpenters 2,930 $35,070 $22,760 - 54,150 10% 6%
44 Tellers 2,920 $24,170 $18,650 - 31,300 14% 16%
45 Medical assistants 2,730 $28,470 $21,310 - 36,390 35% 10%
46 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 2,700 $51,320 $29,780 - 76,470 -5% 15%
47 Bartenders 2,690 $19,220 $13,190 - 27,210 11% 17%
48 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 2,690 $16,780 $13,000 - 21,440 10% 8%
49 Preschool teachers, except special education 2,640 $22,770 $15,510 - 34,660 26% 43%
50 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 2,570 $39,270 $31,450 - 49,510 14% 7%
51 Construction managers 2,500 $69,840 $42,570 - 101,560 16% 29%
52 Counter and rental clerks 2,480 $27,340 $14,080 - 50,960 23% 16%
53 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 2,420 $17,760 $13,160 - 23,790 10% 17%
54 Industrial truck and tractor operators 2,380 $26,130 $19,180 - 33,960 -2% 2%
55 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 2,350 $46,630 $30,360 - 68,270 11% 4%
56 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 2,220 $57,610 $35,180 - 88,420 7% 13%
57 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 2,210 $56,900 $33,120 - 90,910 0% 42%
58 Insurance sales agents 2,200 $53,890 $27,320 - 107,480 13% 45%
59 Logisticians 2,180 $59,160 $28,050 - 98,320 17% 43%
60 Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 2,180 $44,150 $26,800 - 63,870 4% 18%
61 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 2,120 $37,180 $23,660 - 51,560 9% 3%
62 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 2,110 $83,080 $38,100 - 145,740 4% 38%
63 Bus drivers, school 2,100 $25,530 $15,460 - 33,840 9% 4%
64 Cooks, fast food 2,090 $16,950 $13,280 - 20,430 8% 5%
65 Pharmacy technicians 2,050 $29,850 $22,520 - 38,690 32% 16%
66 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 2,040 $32,960 $23,550 - 41,770 4% 15%
67 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 2,030 $32,660 $18,960 - 49,370 -7% 14%
68 Driver/sales workers 2,010 $24,250 $13,530 - 36,430 -5% 4%
69 Bill and account collectors 1,990 $28,200 $17,910 - 39,560 23% 13%
70 Food preparation workers 1,960 $18,460 $13,150 - 25,330 15% 7%
71 Telemarketers 1,950 $24,590 $14,880 - 36,830 -10% 14%
72 Property, real estate, and community association managers 1,910 $50,050 $26,580 - 79,890 15% 36%
73 Data entry keyers 1,890 $26,010 $17,950 - 34,470 -5% 18%
74 Semiconductor processors 1,800 $36,820 $22,460 - 56,840 -13% 5%
75 Legal secretaries 1,740 $39,680 $25,460 - 60,880 12% 18%
76 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 1,730 $30,820 $16,880 - 50,700 12% 6%
77 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 1,720 $38,450 $22,040 - 57,230 4% 30%
78 Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents 1,710 $41,380 $28,250 - 56,980 2% 43%
79 Packers and packagers, hand 1,650 $19,130 $13,270 - 28,820 -12% 3%
80 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 1,640 $27,250 $18,380 - 37,570 10% 24%
81 Industrial engineering technicians 1,610 $48,420 $31,350 - 75,840 10% 18%
82 Amusement and recreation attendants 1,600 $18,120 $13,130 - 25,510 24% 22%
83 Paralegals and legal assistants 1,580 $51,920 $33,660 - 70,340 22% 45%
84 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 1,540 $31,320 $14,630 - 49,470 27% 47%
85 Cement masons and concrete finishers 1,540 $28,810 $21,200 - 37,090 11% 2%
86 Postal service mail carriers 1,540 $0 $ - 1% 11%
87 Dental assistants 1,510 $34,110 $23,900 - 44,870 29% 9%
88 Medical secretaries 1,500 $30,420 $21,540 - 42,570 17% 18%
89 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 1,500 $20,510 $14,280 - 28,660 14% 3%
90 Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 1,460 $51,500 $29,330 - 81,960 9% 47%
91 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 1,450 $29,840 $17,330 - 40,180 -5% 5%
92 Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators 1,390 $34,450 $22,810 - 48,760 14% 8%
93 Eligibility interviewers, government programs 1,370 $43,240 $28,190 - 60,600 3% 38%
94 Painters, construction and maintenance 1,360 $25,590 $20,190 - 33,160 12% 6%
95 Recreation workers 1,360 $20,070 $13,730 - 29,630 13% 47%
96 Cost estimators 1,310 $63,690 $34,180 - 94,820 19% 32%
97 Civil engineering technicians 1,290 $43,310 $27,310 - 62,430 10% 18%
98 Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers 1,290 $32,310 $22,690 - 44,680 3% 25%
99 Loan officers 1,280 $67,550 $34,360 - 106,880 12% 49%
100 Real estate sales agents 1,280 $46,830 $22,170 - 115,100 11% 45%
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Jobs More Common Near Austin Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Graduate teaching assistants 32,060 4,480 21.4
Semiconductor processors 36,820 1,800 14.8
Anthropologists and archeologists 48,510 130 12.6
Computer and information scientists, research 98,430 1,140 8.6
Computer hardware engineers 100,070 2,140 6.1
Reinforcing iron and rebar workers 29,830 600 6.1
Engineering teachers, postsecondary 112,610 440 5.9
Forensic science technicians 41,090 220 5.4
Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents 41,380 1,710 5.4
Survey researchers 45,950 480 5.1
Microbiologists 43,100 350 4.9
Private detectives and investigators 45,160 570 4.8
Operations research analysts 73,930 1,780 4.7
Industrial engineering technicians 48,420 1,610 4.5
Political science teachers, postsecondary 75,090 230 4.5
Entertainment attendants and related workers, all other 24,010 570 4.4
Hydrologists 60,730 120 4.4
Locksmiths and safe repairers 31,580 290 4.1
Environmental science and protection technicians, including health 46,580 650 4
Geological and petroleum technicians 60,460 200 3.8
Foreign language and literature teachers, postsecondary 46,820 400 3.8
Physics teachers, postsecondary 85,300 140 3.8
Materials scientists 62,900 130 3.7
Logisticians 59,160 2,180 3.7
Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 26,080 4,280 3.7
Chemical engineers 58,630 560 3.6
Excavating and loading machine and dragline operators 26,690 810 3.3
Animal control workers 27,870 150 3.2
Electromechanical equipment assemblers 26,040 860 3.2
Agents and business managers of artists, performers, and athletes 43,750 130 3.2
Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers 90,560 510 3.1
Residential advisors 20,880 710 3.1
Eligibility interviewers, government programs 43,240 1,370 3
Electrical and electronics drafters 44,430 530 3
Communications teachers, postsecondary 60,660 260 2.9
Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other 35,520 800 2.9
Multi-media artists and animators 74,530 400 2.9
Transportation inspectors 0 220 2.8
Plasterers and stucco masons 29,510 520 2.7
Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators 34,450 1,390 2.7
Civil engineering technicians 43,310 1,290 2.7
Interpreters and translators 63,980 490 2.6
Social scientists and related workers, all other 66,480 360 2.6
Computer software engineers, systems software 93,850 6,120 2.6
History teachers, postsecondary 60,570 200 2.5
Management analysts 63,040 8,430 2.5
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 0 6,160 2.5
Surveying and mapping technicians 34,570 960 2.4
Electrical engineers 98,530 2,220 2.4
Vocational education teachers, middle school 46,180 110 2.4

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Austin, Texas Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
First-line supervisors/managers, protective service workers, all other 76,120 1.62 260
Interpreters and translators 63,980 1.58 490
Public relations managers 132,250 1.53 240
Statistical assistants 58,840 1.53 150
Credit analysts 89,650 1.51 530
Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 75,500 1.49 1,060
Education administrators, postsecondary 129,710 1.46 280
Reservation and transportation ticket agents and travel clerks 41,520 1.43 710
Multi-media artists and animators 74,530 1.41 400
Purchasing managers 125,370 1.41 280
Market research analysts 82,200 1.4 2,440
Chemistry teachers, postsecondary 99,780 1.38 130
Producers and directors 78,500 1.38 490
Broadcast technicians 48,860 1.38 170
Industrial production managers 117,230 1.33 690
Reporters and correspondents 53,820 1.31 270
Business teachers, postsecondary 96,530 1.31 410
Administrative services managers 95,200 1.31 3,350
Engineering managers 141,350 1.29 1,030
Computer programmers 81,800 1.27 5,560
Automotive body and related repairers 49,630 1.26 650
Engineering teachers, postsecondary 112,610 1.26 440
Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers 90,560 1.24 510
Education teachers, postsecondary 73,570 1.23 280
Electrical engineers 98,530 1.23 2,220
Counselors, all other 52,150 1.23 290
Computer and information systems managers 124,610 1.23 2,260
Marketing managers 125,270 1.23 1,150
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 30,820 1.23 1,730
Sales managers 120,710 1.23 1,660
Computer science teachers, postsecondary 88,320 1.23 260
Financial managers 113,110 1.22 2,020
Pediatricians, general 188,630 1.21 170
Actuaries 113,480 1.21 150
Paralegals and legal assistants 51,920 1.21 1,580
Computer software engineers, applications 93,240 1.21 6,660
Human resources managers, all other 114,570 1.21 200
Public relations specialists 60,420 1.2 2,760
Compensation and benefits managers 107,470 1.2 250
Physicians and surgeons, all other 212,860 1.19 980
General and operations managers 114,790 1.19 11,580
First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 83,080 1.19 2,110
Managers, all other 97,670 1.18 710
Art directors 84,580 1.17 280
Counter and rental clerks 27,340 1.17 2,480
Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 63,450 1.17 980
Computer specialists, all other 78,910 1.17 1,000
Financial analysts 82,890 1.16 1,510
Personal financial advisors 92,620 1.16 960
Dental hygienists 73,490 1.16 760

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